Tokyo, Japan. September 14, 2007 - eSOL, a leading developer of real-time embedded software solutions, today
announced that it will present a special conference session on application
development for multicore processors as part of the company's participation
in the ARM Developers' Conference & Design Pavilion, which begins October 3 in Santa Clara, California, USA.
Presented by Masaki Gondo, eSOL's Engineering Director and RTOS Architect, the session will describe the importance of understanding what an operating system can offer and how it can be used in designing for an ARM MPCore processor.
In addition, eSOL's conference booth will showcase its comprehensive development solutions and global success stories. Knowledgeable representatives will demonstrate for system-on-chip (SoC) vendors why its multicore-ready, real-time operating system (RTOS) and related tools are used worldwide by industry-leading original design manufacturers (ODMs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
"This is a perfect opportunity to find out how eSOL's reliable products
and services can lead to significant competitive advantages for SoC vendors,"
said Bob Ueyama, Executive Vice President, Embedded Products Division at
eSOL Co., Ltd.
eSOL at the ARM Developers' Conference & Design Pavilion
Booth Number: 403
Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, California, USA
Wednesday, October 3, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday, October 4, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Special Conference Session
Using Blended Scheduling Technology for Diverse ARM MPCore-based Systems
Presented by Masaki Gondo, Engineering Director and RTOS Architect, eSOL Co., Ltd.
Wednesday, October 3
3 to 3:45 p.m.
Masaki Gondo will describe some of today's biggest challenges associated with RTOS technology for multicore-processor application developers.
Based on Gondo's popular Web article, his presentation will describe the demands posed by many newer consumer electronics and car-infotainment devices. Their wide range of system functionalities require different levels of real-time processing, performance profiles, use of legacy software, and engineering resources.
Gondo will explain how to use the RTOS to solve these challenges, including the use of new scheduling modes and enhanced development-tool support.
Founded in 1975 in Tokyo, Japan, eSOL is a leading embedded software developer with core technologies in real time operating systems. We develop, market and sell proven RTOS suites, along with a rich set of vertical oriented middleware libraries. Our rugged software development tools provide optimal reliability in backing up the highly complicated development process for RTOS-based applications. We know that a reliable RTOS and development tools make a significant difference to the quality and timeliness of our customers' products in a continuously growing and competitive world market. Today, our customers - global OEMs and ODMs ranging from consumer electronics to automotive applications - ship millions of products with technologies pioneered by eSOL.
For more information, please visit esol web site.